Cheetahs, will shortly be reintroduced to India. The last spotted cheetah in the country passed away in the Sal forests of Chhattisgarh's Koriya region in 1948, and the country officially confirmed the wild species extinct in 1952.

The cheetah is the only large carnivore that got completely wiped out from India, mainly due to overhunting and habitat loss. 

The one and only large carnivore that was entirely eradicated from India was the cheetah, mainly as a result of overhunting and habitat destruction.

On September 17, the day before his birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will release cheetahs into Kuno National Park.

Cheetahs will assist in the re-establishment of India's forest areas and grassland ecosystems. By doing so, the ecosystem will benefit and biodiversity will be protected.

Kuno-Palpur National Park (KPNP) in Madhya Pradesh is likely to see an increase in tourism as cheetahs make it their new home.

They claimed that when the number of tourists increases significantly, new jobs will also be created for locals.

The cheetah is the only large carnivore that got completely wiped out from India, mainly due to overhunting and habitat loss. 

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